PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HELPS RELEASE SOME TENSIONS AND STIMULATE NEW THOUGHTS AND IDEAS. IT IS A METAPHOR FOR MOVING FORWARD
Exercise is good for the mind and body.
It may improve psychotherapy sessions too.
Work can be a walk in the park for me/us – instead of seeing patients ‘virtually’ or in a traditional setting – I practise techniques that combine gentle exercise with therapy.
I have found that bringing a little bit of movement enriches the session,
it can aid the thought process and help you to become ‘unstuck’. Walking in parallel with visual distractions may allow for easier engagement. It can spur creative, deeper ways of thinking often released by mood-improving physical activity.
I offer online services in the comfort of your own home on a secure and safe connection. I will encourage continuous improvements and growth. To serve,
to engage, and respond to clients with focus, dedication, efficiency and integrity
Whatever it is, be assured, I will be there to help you.
- Member of the BACP
- Professional Counselling Diploma
- Counselling Skills Diploma
- Life Coaching Skills Diploma
- Motivational Interviewing Training
- Mindfulness and Meditation.
I became a counsellor because I believe in the process of therapy. No matter who we are, life’s challenges can plunge us into darkness, emptiness and confusion. Sometimes we may not want to burden our friends and family, or we might worry that others will judge us as weak and unable to cope.
Therapy is a way to find our way back to our life’s true path. Therapy is based around trust and confidentiality. Therapy helped me to be the best I can be. This is what I want for others; to assist clients to make the right choices to enrich their lives, develop and grow as they embark on their own discovery.
Person-centred therapy, also known as Rogerian therapy, originated in the work
of the American psychologist, Carl Rogers, who believed that everyone is different and, therefore, everyone’s view of his or her
own world, and ability to manage it,
should be trusted.
I will not judge or try to interpret what you say, but may restate your words in an attempt to fully understand your thoughts and feelings. When you hear your own words repeated back to you, you may then wish to self-edit and clarify your meaning.
This may happen several times until you
decide that you have expressed exactly what you are thinking and how you feel. There
may be moments of silence to allow your thoughts to sink in.
This client-focused process facilitates your self-discovery, self-acceptance, and provides a means toward healing and positive growth.
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